Have students practice reading the sight word FOR with this St. Patrick’s Day activity. Click on the shamrocks and leprechauns that have the sight word for underneath. To download this activity click below on For ST. Patrick’s Day.
Here is another Dr. Seuss Sight Word activity. Students can identify the word YOU and then click on the Red Fish Blue Fish. If it is the right word it will move. Click below on Red Fish Blue Fish You Sight Word.
Have students practice identifying the sight word “the” with this Dr. Seuss theme activity. Touch the cat in the hat hat’s that have the word THE under it. They will move. Click below on Dr. Seuss THE.
Taken from the Lorax have students match the number of truffla trees with the tops to them. This activity reinforces one to one correspondence as well as number recognition and counting. Click below on Dr. Seuss One to One.
Here is a premade schema chart for the story That’s What Leprechauns Do by Eva Bunting. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. Click below on St. Patrick’s Schema.
In this activity students can decide what they have schema about. The first page gives an example of a little boy thinking about what he knows about a subject. Ask your students to tell you what the subject is….it’s quite obvious! Then the next page each student can write their name and what they have information about. Click below on What do We have schema about?
A big part of reading comprehension is Schema. This is when a child or adult uses their prior knowledge of a subject to connect with the story helping them to further understand the story. THis activity is an introduction into schema. Here are the pages in this activity.
1. Introducing what schema is.
2. How we gain schema – 0ur sense (each picture moves)
3. Questions to ask to activate schema.
4. Different places and things that give us schema (each picture moves)
5. Our schema on cats
6. Our schema on school.
Click below on Teaching Schema.